A victim of the serial rapist has been forced to give evidence in court due to a dispute over the date of the assault.
Black cab rapist John Worboys is facing life in jail after admitting to four more attacks on women.
John Worboys has been charged with drugging four alleged victims with the intent of committing sex crimes.
The Justice Secretary has said that an overhaul of the parole system will give victims “reassurance”, and ensure another case like John Worboys will not happen.
Black cab serial rapist John Worboys will remain behind bars after the Parole Board reversed an earlier decision that he should be released.
Our host spoke to Ian Lawrence from the National Association of Probation Officers
A victim of John Worboys has said she is thrilled with the High Court's decision on his release
Judges ruled the Parole Board must make a 'fresh determination' in the case of John Worboys
Parole Board speaks during landmark High Court action to prevent 'black cab rapist's' release from jail
The Metropolitan Police has lost a court case which was brought forward by two victims of rapist John Worboys
Jerry Hayes says the case in Britain's highest court won't affect Worboys himself
Jeremy Dein says people who thought black cab rapist would serve life hadn't done their homework
Women launched crowdfunding campaign earlier this week
Goldsmith demanded a judicial review into the case and said the Parole Board
However Justice Secretary David Gauke says review is necessary
Julia Hartley-Brewer says the only reason John Worboys hasn't committed another rape is because he's been in prison